WCW vs nWo: World Tour is a professional wrestling video game released in 1997 for the Nintendo 64 game console. Released at the peak of World Championship Wrestling's dominance in the Monday Night Wars, World Tour was THQ's first foray into the N64 wrestling scene and is a semi sequel to the lesser known WCW vs. The World for the PlayStation. It is considered the American counterpart to Japan's Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 and is the second best-selling wrestling game for the N64 console. Asmik...
Probably the only good game to come from the Episode 1 movie license. I was always disappointed it never came out on the PS1. The wait between wipeout 2097 and Wip3out was a long one and this game would have done nicely. I had to play it on the pc at and joypad with multiple buttons felt more like a kludge at the time. This is a highly underrated racer. Its fast as hell later in the game with plenty of hairpin turns and obstacles to challenge any seasoned wipeout player. So here is the N64...
Tsumi to Batsu: Hoshi no Keishōsha, "Sin and Punishment: Successor of the Earth" Fast and ferocious third person shootemup. its a strange release being in Japanese using English audio. I play on Normal, unlocking hard mode at the end. I found it very difficult to play mapping the N64 controls to an Xbox controller. Unfortunately, running on an emu (Mupen64 core, GlideMk2) there are a fair amount of graphical glitches in the game. I hope it does not distract to much from the gameplay...
Released In Europe as Donald Duck: Quack Attack. Looks Familiar? Yeah, Rayman 2 engine is used. So, I've collected all toys and parts for the boss level. Unfortunately because of a bug I couldn't play the time rush mode, however it is not a vital part of the game and it rewards you in nothing more than extra clothes. Also this game exist on several other consoles so I'll do a 100% another one eventually.
My first time through the game so the run isn't too quick. I didn't realise I could destroy the tents and spend some of the time farming dinars incase money was needed later. I get framerate issues when there are multiple enemies on screen however i'm not sure if down to emulator issues or just how the game was.
byNCAA - No Clan At All - http://www.ncaa-world.com & ncaa|clavianordlead2
NCAA - No Clan At All - The Online Gaming Community - Germany. These gaming and clan-videos are dedicated to all gamers around the world,- especially to our fidel members. "What do I get to see ? What expects me ?" -> All together we can say that the video-clips have an unique caracter in clip-arting, also design and funny elements are well balanced on top of professional clip-cutting. The ingame-scenes are well selected and mixed with also well chosen audio-tracks. Some scenes... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 10 reviews ) Topics: NCAA, No Clan At All, Duke Nukem, Multi game video, Ingame video, LAN, RTCW, Jedi Academy, Clanwar,...
Gradius (known in other places as Nemesis) is the first game in a series that includes Salamander, Parodius, and plenty of other related spinoffs. There are also claims by Konami that Scramble is part of the series and it precedes Gradius but I may or may not take their word for it.
April ONeil, the reporter friend of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, is kidnapped by the villainous Shredder and his two goons, Bebop and Rocksteady. The four ninja turtles: Raphael, Michelangelo, Donatello and Leonardo fight their way through hordes of Foot Soldiers in order to rescue April. They battle familiar foes such as the mad scientist Baxter Stockman, General Traag from Dimension X and the evil alien brain Krang, up to the final showdown with Shredder himself. Teenage Mutant Ninja... Topics: Teenage Mutent Ninja Turtles II, nes, the arcade game
The final game in the trilogy.Billy and Jimmy Lee are returning from martial arts training when their paths cross a fortune teller. She tells them of a great evil in Egypt, their strongest adversary yet, and how the Rosetta Stones can aid them.This game features weapon shops where Billy and Jimmy can buy power-ups, tricks, energy and extra lives to aid them in their quest.Power-ups make Billy and Jimmy twice their size, increasing their damage done and range of attack.The character graphics... Topics: nes, double dragon 3 sacred stones, nintendo, game, console, longplay, complete
When i beat the main villain, i was in for a huge surprise when i thought i was done, only to discover that i also had to go up against 2 hellishly strong guardians at the end... This is without a doubt one of the hardest games ive ever played. Topics: playthrough, gameplay<, longplay, walkthrough, videogame replays
Development notes from Shiru for Zooming Secretary This project was one of our many collab attempts with PinWizz, and the only that was successful. It has been started in July 2011. We were working on another, larger NES game for some time before, but it progressed very slowly, just like usual in our collabs. I proposed an idea of making a smaller and simpler game first, in a week or so, something with gameplay that is similar to Game & Watch and early Nintendo arcades, in order to finally... Topics: playthrough, gameplay<, longplay, walkthrough, videogame replays
Basically all the levels in this game repeat after Level 3. All Levels have the same Boss. After Level 3, you're sent back to Level 1, just with a different color scheme (infinite loop), So this game have not real ending Topics: playthrough, gameplay<, longplay, walkthrough, videogame replays, milozavr
Alpha Mission (ASO: Armored Scrum Object in Japan) Level 7-12 is the same as Level 1 to 6. Repeat all six levels until you get to the sixth boss again. Afer this you will return to Level 1 and the game loops on. Topics: playthrough, gameplay<, longplay, walkthrough, videogame replays
This is my least favorite Dragon Quest game ever. It's so difficult and frustrating. As usual with editing i level up off screen and im not gonna play this this version of DQ II anytime soon. My least favorite DQ game.
This os one of the most popular Rpg ever made on the nes. For this reason this game caused alot of problens in japan, kids left school to buy the game, bully mug kids for it, even adults did the same thing. To a point where the only way to buy the game even today is to wait till weekend and holidays. What an epic game! ANYWAYS.....my gameplay is sloppy, i kept backtracking and running into walls alot because of my inaccuracy to find items and other stuff correctly also the game kinda glitched...
Once again another epic rpg and byfar one of the best in the series. This is the First of the "Zenethia/Heavenly "Castle in the sky" TRILOGY. The game is made up of 5 chapters, Each character with their own stories wrapped into one plot....DEFEAT EVIL BAD GUY! AS USual i offscreen leveled and backtrackesd alot and grinded on screen so yeah it's gonna take a while and i didnt get most of the teasures like the one in the Zenithia Castle.
Hi no Tori Houou Hen: Gaou no Bouken ("Phoenix - Karma - Gao's Adventure") is a 1987 video game for the Famicom developed by Konami. The game's based on the manga/anime series Phoenix created by renowned Japanese manga artist Osamu Tezuka. Tezuka considered Phoenix his life's work. The Famicom game is based primarily upon the fifth volume of the saga (entitled Karma). As a child, a young boy named Gao lost an arm and an eye, and as a result, from a young age he was treated harshly by...
Fred and Barney are searching for their children, Pebbles and Bam-Bam, who got lost. When they finally find them, a volcanic eruption blocks their way and so they start going all the way around the volcano to save their kids. This is the second Flinstones game on the NES. The game was never released in Japan unlike its predecessor The Flintstones: The Rescue of Dino & Hoppy. At its core, It follows the same gameplay formula: fred walks left-to-right, clubbing everything in his way, picking...
This is the direct sequel to Destiney of an Emperor The original title is called Tenchi wo Kurau II - Shokatsu Kōmei Den lit. "The Devouring of Heaven and Earth II: The Story of Kong Ming" This is a fan translated game. I leveled up offscreen between resting so i can keep the gameplay flow intact.